Difference between Project Management and Change Management
1. Project Management :
Project Management, as name suggests, is a management process that involves various tasks and strategies simply to help team members until project gets completed and reaches pre-defined goal of particular project.
2. Change Management :
Change Management, as name suggests, is a management process that involves various strategies simply designed to help organizations get adapted to new changes that are essential for growth of organization.
Difference between Project Management and Change Management :
|Project Management||Change Management|
|It mainly focus on management of project.||It mainly focus on management of people that must adapt to change.|
|Project management is well defined strategy as it has deadlines, defined phases, guidelines, various task to be completed to complete project successfully, etc.||Change management is not well defined strategy as it does not involve any deadlines, guidelines, etc.|
|It includes start and end date i.e. deadlines for each Individual project, milestones, resources, etc.||It does not include any start and end date, milestones, etc.|
|It simply ensures that deliverable i.e. product, service, goods is designed, developed and delivered more effectively.||It simply ensures that employees that are impacted by change must adopt it and use strategies to deal with change.|
|It is a process that includes various tasks such as starting, planning, executing or performing, controlling or monitoring, closing, etc.||It is a process that includes various phases such as preparing, managing, and reinforcing change.|
|Various project management tools are available such as project charter, Gantt chart, business case, etc.||Various change management tools are available such as training plans, individual change model, reinforcement mechanisms, etc.|
|It is quite simple process than change management.||It is more difficult as it involves dealing with nature of individual.